August 27, 2012
Broward County, which includes Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale, was hit with winds gusting upwards of 35 mph and heavy rain both Saturday and Sunday.
June 29, 2012
The Broward school district would pay the Broward County for the service and ultimately could retire some of the yellow school buses from the fleet to save transportation costs.
April 3, 2012
While other cities have joined Broward County Transit's campaign to promote public transportation with pro-public transit slogans stenciled on its sidewalks, the city of Hollywood rejected it, due to concerns over inviting graffiti.
March 1, 2012
The Broward Sheriff's Office recently released surveillance video of a passenger punching a bus driver in the face, which was the latest footage within a year showing a driver coming under attack by a passenger.
October 4, 2011
The ACE 238DLGS system was chosen for the new buses, which consists of two independent self-contained housings and an air-cooled generator, belt driven from the main engine.
August 31, 2011
The initial delivery, which is under way, will bring the total number of NABI buses in Broward County Transit's fleet to 170 buses. The new buses will consist of both 40-foot and 60-foot BRT articulated buses.
January 23, 2009
Intercity bus comes to Ky. HSR Authority addresses Californians’ concerns. Florida transit creates mini-bus for mini-city
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